The right to education in intercultural societies. The judges, the legislation and the govering of migratory flows
 
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Libera Università Mediterranea a Casamassima/Bari – Italy
Publish date: 2018-04-19
 
JoMS 2018;36(1):113–123
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Migration is one of the features of the modern world. It increases mainly in Europe. Italy is the country that is most exposed to immigrant influx. The subject of this study is to present issues related to migration waves in the legal and court perspective. A special part has been devoted to migration and its problems in Italy.
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Il diritto all’istruzione nelle società interculturali. I giudici, i legislatori e il governo dei flussi migratori
 
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3. The United Nations Migrant Workers Convention, the final report of the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (principle 12).
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